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on the toughest laws in europe. >>> and i'm gabriel in brazil where the fifa final draw will be happening on friday, but everyone here is worried about the state of the stadium. ♪ >>> after ten days of anti-government protests in thailand the rallies appear to be thinning out, but it's temporary. demonstrators say that the fight will continue. earlier they marched to thai police headquarters in in bang cox where they handed over a letter demanding investigation into the death of four protesters. many have now joined the cleanup operation. the streets are littered are rubbish and debris. the king is staying at his summer palace, but first on the days' events in bangkok. >> reporter: in less than a day it went from rows of rye rot police to rows of street sweepers. like they have for the last ten days, these two pitched in. in previous days protesting. but today cleaning. traveling in from the privileged part of bangkok, the two have been friends for years. >> at least we make a point, and make our presence felt, and that even though the goal may be remote -- >> that goal being the resign
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: in london with more from europe, including a clamp down on prostitution. the toughest laws in europe pass bpassed by the lower house. >> i'm in stockholm and i'll show you how this neck wrap could make the bike helmet the thing of the past. >> silence may be golden but not any more. the movie buffs on more of a classic era. >> we begin in ukraine where a two-week stand off is showing no signs of dying down. the government is afternooning protesters to end the blockade at the capitol. you can see tens of thousands remain on the streets. the situation has drowned criticism from n.a.t.o. and tough talks from their closest allies. bell' tal allies. we'e response, but first let's talk about what is happening behind you. >> reporter: yes again, thousands of people have come out into what is called independent square. the protest of the protests in the center of the city in defiance of their government calling for its resignation. and waving the flag of the european union in many cases. tonight the protesters have had a boost. the german ambassador has arrived. he was due for a conference, and
, have been a boone for republicans. they now insist it's not the website that's faulty, but the law itself. obama says he will fight for the rest of his mandate, three years if need be, to make the law work. electoral uncertainty in the world's most dangerous country. honduras' top voting body says it will review the results of last month's presidential poll after a defeated candidate castro cried foul, calling protesters into the streets sunday and claiming the vote was rigged. the ruling national party's candidate, juan hernandez, won the november 24 poll by eight percentage points. castro is the wife of a former president whose ousting in 2009 precipitated months of turmoil. protesters in haiti continue to pile pressure on the president. thousands taking to the streets in multiple cities friday, calling for the president to step down, some bearing pictures of the previous president, aristide. they're also demanding an end to a claim there's interference by the must haitian affairs. police and u.n. peacekeepers preventing the crowd from reaching the u.s. embassy. in brazil, the co
, thank you so much >> an attack of a virginia law maker. and raising new concerns about mental health care in america. in far too many cases, facilities have to turn people away. here's more. >> hi, alisyn. usually when there is violence debate goes to gun control and not health care. you don't need to look farther than cook county to see the practices of revolving door and turning them to the street and repeating the process. >> dealing with mentally ill people in the throes of a psychotic episode. this is part of every day in the cook county jail. >> you have the voices? >> the and jail is now the largest mental health care in the nation. >> you can see they are not supposed to be here. we are not equipped to treat them. >> the problem started with closing of mental hospital. they turn to the street and jail. >> it is now where the jails have become the de facto mental health institutions. >> crimes are usually nonviolent. stealing food and drugs. the staff at cook county sees the same person dozen of times! when you get arrested is there a relief? >> i know i will get my medication
apartness, because although apartheid law was gone, apartness remained in south africa, black and white continued to live mostly apart. if the 20th century had an indispensable man, it was nelson mandela, and south africans knew that. which is why they stood in line for so long when they were offered a chance to vote for him as president. he was as jacob zuma put it today, the country's greatest son. >> this is the moment of our deepest sorrow. our nation has lost its greatest son. >> shortly after the news of nelson mandela's death reached the white house president obama said this. >> i am one of the countless millions to drew inspiration from nelson mandela's life. my very first political action, first thing i ever did that involved an issue or a policy or politics was a protest against apartheid. i would study his words and his writings. the day he was released from prison gave me a sense of what human beings can do when they're guided by their hopes and not by their fears. we will not likely see the likes of nelson mandela again. so it falls to us as best we can to follow the exampl
of a u.n. mission to restore law and order in a country torn apart by interreligious violence. almost half a million people have fled their home in fear. people are finding refuge wherever they can. >> thousands of christians have sought refuge just outside the capital. they say muslim militants attacked their homes. >> we fled our homes in fear of more attacks from muslim militias. they came to our area in search of anti-muslims, and then they started shooting people. >> after months of violence, they voted to send troops to the african republic to restore law and order. the peacekeeping mission has set up headquarters inside the airport. this is france's second peacekeeping mission in africa this year. back in january, the french government sent thousands of soldiers to mali to stamp out a military insurgency there. at an african summit in paris on friday, french president hollywood hollywood hollywood said in the future he wants africa to look after its own ecurity. they will discuss the arrival of interpret troops, which has calmed fighting for the time being. >> the draw has been
to sexual to discrimination in the workplace, they say fueled by the laws in this part to the world. from jordan to mauritania to produce infographics that she law,that under yemeni women are considered to be their husband's or property. egypt's penal code. men -- campaign has been promoted by a social media platform with web users sharing information about places in their country. others are showing support through photos, like the syrian man holding a sign to say that he thinks eating a woman is a sign of weakness -- that beating a woman is a sign of weakness and not of manliness. claiming seven out of 10 women have been subjected to some form of violence. due to forced marriages. madrid barajas airport, tokyo international airport, and london's waterloo station has expanded its navigation service to 60 -- 15 airports and 60 train stations to allow travelers to plan their trips ahead of time. some of these stops are notoriously easy to get lost in. american web user lindsey fisher start the glasses for nowhere facebook page when noah refused to wear his glasses. showing that the 4 --yea
's do thing in the design of the law that necessarily limit the number of providers and number of doctors you will have access to. that necessarily means the president was absolutely lying when he said if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor. bill: full-throated defense, karl. people aren't stupid. wallace said the president guaranteed me i could keep my doctor. emanuel said, if you want to, you can pay for it. >> exactly. you can have anything you want as you come up with the jack for it. look, this is why i'm amazed, first of all they try to defend it. the president stepped back from saying if you like your health care plan you can keep it and apologized. i think that apology was blanket enough it cover this is as well. why emanuel continues to try to defend it saying well the president didn't promise you couldn't have unlimited, blah, blah, blah. it was ridiculous defense, not particularly effective. bill: on the political side of this, you said this before. you believe democrats hope that the american voter forgets. >> yeah. but they aren't. they're not going to. l
. it shocked many. their sentences were handed down in the same week as restricted protest laws. millions are being forced out of their country in droves. a lack of food has left them it'so late. >> we have this report. >> hundreds of refugees from fighting and distribution in their country. they walked several kilometres in the cold in rain. this 80-year-old arrived with her mentally challenged son. food supplies have been cut off. bakeries have been destroyed. there's no food or drink. if people see someone with a loaf of bread, they bid like at an auction. most are poor and dest it ute and is have to pay smugglers to ensure the safe effort. the revies arrival was with nothing more than documents. for most they experienced the longest journey to safety. three months ago. these people were turned away at the boarder. know they do. >> >> translation: i am sure the camp is better than living under air strikes. we lost a lot of family members. >> syrians used to cross into jordan. heavy fighting prevented thousands crossing through. this longer, safer route is crossing near the border into
, which was the public view portion of it, which is one of the last remaining law that you're not supposed to do. >> how would you argue it has changed the washington economy, for better i assume? >> currently we don't have retail stores. we'll have licensed shops and grows in about six months. so the economy hasn't greatly changed that much at this point. but it will. the state predicts we'll have at least $250 million coming in from tax revenues from this. so most of that is going to be going to health care and early learning, things like that. >> it will significantly change the economy in the next six months. >> you got the seahawks going for you and this. dress warm. >> exactly. >> thanks, ben. >> thank you. >> during the middle of that interview, somebody said with great authority when you're stoned, you don't feel the cold. i don't know if that helps at all. >> the u.s. economy added 203,000 jobs in the month of november. are we moving closer to the fed taper? chief economist jan hatzius is here after this quick break. [ music transitions to rock ] make it happen with the all-new fi
to prepare for the 2014 games. not a single woman in the video. that's still against the law. >>> 23 minute's the hour. lots of americans with modest incomes are facing higher deductibles under president obama's healthcare law, according to "the wall street journal," which cites a report from a company that compares health insurance plans. this report shows the average deductible for individuals under obamacare's lower priced bronze plan is more than $5,000 a year and also claims the average deductible for individual plans before much of the law went into effect was just about 3-1/2 thousand dollars. the deadline to apply for own kaz is two weeks away. we're learning a new feature that just went live at healthcare.gov. >> for the first time without an account or password you can see your deductible and all out of pocket costs on a screen that shows your premium, but just because the numbers are easy to fine doesn't mean they're easy on the bank account because the average deductible that pops up is 42% higher than it used to be. that's what the study fund looking at 34 states on the marketp
the different parties were cleared by the french stock market regulators four years ago. under the french law, they could face sentences of up to two years in jail and the maximum fine of 1.5 million euros, which for a company the size of legarde is quite limited. ross. >> we'll see what happens. stepha stephane, for now, thank you. >>> the british prime minister is traveling to shanghai on day two of his visit. his comments are seen as paving the way to ensure successful business meetings with chinese investors. andrew leung is founder of andrew leung international consultants joining us now. what is the perception of british government in china compared with, say, germany or france? >> well, i think the impression is quite positive. you can see what's happening on china's twitter. david cameron is very, very popular and, of course, the uk and london hold special attraction for the china's middle class. this is the middle class as far as investment from europe and the uk. that's the interesting area in china. where things are changing so rapidly. so the press has been talking about china inv
in an assortment of straight sets at that time to tie this behavior is in accordance with international law as was common practice is all across the world and it is not the rest and eighty eyes is a different countries of overlap with each other so tight i suspect it is legitimate cause to set up this boy a deep icy. he's honestly even before the united states joe biden has told the media that he was taught directly and openly to chinese president she didn't think about his concern over china's establishment of a d i c and out to steven and dual me up and talk about it and will keep updated about how this negotiations going on. all right to a very delicate balancing act for the us bias present meanwhile in japan it established a new national security council in fact that thompson will be meeting a prawn for the first time today. it's got the country's prime minister shinzo up a the chief cabinet said the yoshida soda and the foreign and defence ministers. q news is reporting the defence council meeting would discuss issues like the national security strategy the soon to be published nationa
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's not magic. it's like murphy's law. >> in this case, an expansion tank. in others insulation problems and in this world, issues with a four-stair heating system. >> you wait until it breaks, then, you call. then make sense of mind bending explanations. >> you replace the board. >> when parts work hard yes, stuff goes wrong. >> then, when you get a heat wave, what happens? >> air conditioning goes up. >> >>> and a power outage sent some residents into a deep freeze. power restored to all but a few dozen folks at this point. but 4100 customers lost electricity this morning including three skoochls they had to move students to sunniest and warmest classrooms. >> it's probably about 25 degrees in there. because i know it's about just shy of 30 here. and in there, it's colder. this is a cement. >> also calling a financial hardship for businesses like huckel berry's cafe. >> this is painful. yes. friday is a big day. so this is painful. and our hours are only 7:00 to 3:00. it's going to be a bad day for us. >> tough break. pg&e says it's caused by failure of an underground cable. >> hard fr
expert fixing problems like this. >> that is it. >> it's not magic. it's like murphy's law. >> in this case, an expansion tank. in others insulation problems and in this world, issues with a four-stair heating system. >> you wait until it breaks, then, you call. then make of mind bending explanations. >> you replace the board. >> when parts work hard yes, stuff goes wrong. >> then, when you get a heat wave, what happens? >> air conditioning goes up. >> >>> and a power outage sent some residents into a deep freeze. power restored to all but a few dozen folks at this point. but 4100 customers lost electricity this morning including three skoochls they had to move students to sunniest and warmest classrooms. >> it's probably about 25 degrees in there. because i know it's about just shy of 30 here. and in there, it's colder. this is a cement. >> also calling a financial hardship for businesses like huckel berry's cafe. >> this is painful. yes. friday is a big day. so this is painful. and our hours are only 7:00 to 3:00. it's going to be a bad day for us. >> tough break. pg&e sa
that clear before going to bali that they would not move. they have to enshrine in law that people under the poverty level would be guaranteed a certain amount of grain per month. it's part of the coalition policy and the jewel in the crown of what they achieved in this particular parliament. failing to exempt india and others would have been disaster for any government. we are heading to a general election. parliament will be dissolved and a general election amount. the upa government will go to the masses and say, "this is what we have done for you." they are hoping that the masses will react to that knowing that the subsidy issue will be left indefinitely until a permanent solution can be found, one that india agreed to. >> a philippine congressman joins me from oz low. this is the first deal the world trade organization has completed in 18 years. was it worth the wait? >> i think for developing countries it's not a bad deal. the problem is in terms of the deal - the big problem is agriculture has been a massive subsidy that the developed countries have been given the farming sector,
. >>> california's law requiring police to collect dna samples from suspected felons goes before federal court. the nine circuit counsel will hear the case. california asserts dna collection helps solve cold cases. recently the u.s. supreme court upheld a narrower law from maryland which permits sampling only from those charged. >>> it was an emotional memorial today at a memorial for paul walker. dozens attended. many left candles and flowers at the site of that fiery crash. others brought souped up cars like the one walker used on his film. >> he was a great guy. personal and on film. everybody loved him. he did a lot for the community as well. >> the 40-year-old walker and titus were attending a fundraiser. >>> 30 stray dogs are being flown from the east bay to boise idaho tomorrow morning on something called the chihuahua express. >> reporter: dozens of kennels are being rushed. >> the area is flooded with little dogs like this. there's not really a lot of interest in adopting. >> reporter: kimbrough blames the designer dog trend. they require more care than some people expect. these thre
think what will happen when you get to year end, a lot of muni funds will be pressured more, tax law selling -- >> lots. >> you'll do okay buying these funds at a discount. >> we won't necessarily see that pressure from the broader market, certainly. people maybe the last couple of years, any harvest, time is running out. >> there's still lots of things to harvest this year. lots of munis you can swap out of. munis are out. those are good places to swap into a different fund if you need to. take the loss, put it in your pocket if you don't need it and carry it forward. tax law accounting is huge in investing. >> we've been out of the muni market for the past 14 to 15 months when munis started getting back over 5% we've been a buyer. we've been aggressively buying municipal bonds. >> rob morgan any opinion on that before we go, quickly? >> absolutely. i think having a portfolio for individual investor tilted more toward short end and rising rate environment makes sense. i think detroit bankruptcy spells trouble more for retirees on pension plans more for than m
, and this will be treated as law, was deeply flawed on the cftc's part. more details on that, kelly and bill, as we get them. we understand this suit has just been filed or will be imminently. it's certainly big challenge to see cftc chairman gary gensler in his final weeks of the job. >> all these countries, whether it's u.s. or europe, trying to move to indrese regulation but all these banks exist in so many jurisdictions. who do they have to listen to? what happens when rules conflict? a big financial trade association is pushing back to that ability to extend regulation beyond the u.s. >> we have a guest coming up we'll talk about that issue. >> heading toward the close. 50 minutes left in the trading session. the dow was down about 125 points at the low. we've come back. down 60 right now. it is our fourth consecutive down day here. >> and some new housing numbers out today. sales surging but a new bag of trouble could be brewing in the mortgage business. that could change the sales story in a hurry. >>> the winter chill can be a very good thing for retailers. courtney reagan will be here to tell us wh
the law? >> well, you are according to u.s. regulators. >> well, if you're not breaking the law, i think it's -- >> you are breaking the law in the united states. >> so regulators have what right to know that you have a bank account? >> look, i think the global financial system is getting more and more tied together. you need to be able to reach to all places. you can't have pockets where you're hiding things, particularly in an era of terrorism. you can funnel funds back and forth. that's a huge issue. although the u.s. hab coming after this from the tax perspective. >> but, becky, is regulation catching up with globalization? >> exactly. >> the finance and business globalized regulation did not. so this ability to move capital around means that government really can't keep up with it unless you have rules like this, which is no secret bank accounts. >> right. >> you know the true zealot on the anti-taxation side of things -- and no one wants to break the law. there's tax avoidance and there's tax evasion. >> you're riding things in a swiss bank account and makes sure no one knows about
, this fresh-faced young senator from kentucky. >> i think it's now time to put a law in the books. i think it's now time to put a law on the books even if we have to do it over the prosecutes's veto. >> there are two lessons here, what's in retrospect more obvious at the time at least not to every. there are people flight who will be caught on the wrong side of history on something we are debating at this moment. there's also this. people can be persuaded. there is such thing as moral evolution. if reading ted cruz's kmint thread makes you despair for humanity, think about how remarkable it is that ted cruz, ted cruz, wrote that statement in the first place, given his place in the conservative movement and the conservative movement's place on this issue just 10 or 20 years ago. joining me now is congresswoman maxine water, democrat from california. she was a leader of the anti-apartheid movement in the u.s. and met mandela at the ceremony in 1998. congresswoman, can you walk us through that fight in 1986? how did it build to the point where this went from an issue that was being fought at the
and think the anti government protest is that this law lists for another reason the remaining dough. the time has come to clean up people paying respects to the king on his birthday. we would take a break from protesting for two or three days the government had to shop with us this tragedy will defuse the conflict has killed five people and wounded hundreds poll. but that is to say it's not the end. a lot and integrity this is just another step towards victory for us but it's not complete. thailand's minutes he claims the threat to the us cost the opposition says it will continue the campaign to try to topple prime minister the induction a lot to keep that private acts in from returning to power. intrinsic scientists have concluded that yes i heard such was the victim of poisoning the findings contradict and credit suisse report which said the palestinian leader was probably killed was radioactive polonium arafat's widow has promptly challenged effect and nations that she believes his death was a political assassination by someone close to her husband. well am as amazes me he wasn't
be ratified by the country said it before it becomes law that surprises not respect the songs until next spring but back then. holden gemini is bracing itself for possibly one of its heavy storms in the past decades hurricane of various pasta protein creamy with its own cards. winds of up to one hundred and forty kilometers per hour a full house closing and rich towns folk tales the storm front is expected to hit bremen and hamburg on friday. israel's environment ministers in turkey for a un sponsored conference it's the first time a member of the israeli cabinet has visited the country since twenty ten. relations were silent when he's ready mom disco nine to peace activists triassic when the vessel find a seat in israeli blockade on hamas ruled gaza. the sense in the southern philippines have released a jordanian television jana stupid been held captive free entry hall bake at tea on the anti stupidity that crewman been kidnapped in june twenty twelve by abu sayyaf medicines you take on to interview his two companions of the dos february. and mm the news. straight to the newsreader. due
is and complete. we may have got rid of the race laws but this is sterile -- is still in an equal country. alongnequality is divided ethnic and racial lines. well people are grateful for what nelson mandela did for this country, bringing it from a apartheid past into a post-apartheid present, many feel that to fulfill his vision, a lot of work still needs to be done. >> get real gatehouse speaking to me earlier -- gabriel gatehouse speaking to me earlier. he had been described as a visionary and one of the greatest leaders of our time. here in the u.s., tributes have been coming in from those who knew him or who simply felt his influence and former president george w. bush and his wife laura will join the obama's when they travel to south africa. we have this report. >> the flag at the white house flies at half mast in honor of a man who means much to america. inside on the desk of the u.s.'s thereblack president sits out oh, a memento of their first meeting. when obama visited the present on robben island in south africa he told his doubters of the link mandela, gandhi, and martin luther
of the race laws but this is sterile -- is still in an equal country. alongnequality is divided ethnic and racial lines. well people are grateful for what nelson mandela did for this country, bringing it from a apartheid past into a post-apartheid present, many feel that to fulfill his vision, a lot of work still needs to be done. >> get real gatehouse speaking to me earlier -- gabriel gatehouse speaking to me earlier. he had been described as a visionary and one of the greatest leaders of our time. here in the u.s., tributes have been coming in from those who knew him or who simply felt his influence and former president george w. bush and his wife laura will join the obama's when they travel to south africa. we have this report. >> the flag at the white house flies at half mast in honor of a man who means much to america. inside on the desk of the u.s.'s thereblack president sits out oh, a memento of their first meeting. when obama visited the present on robben island in south africa he told his doubters of the link mandela, gandhi, and martin luther king. >> we will not likely see t
was the brother in law of the leader and at the moment the protesters are staying outside the fences and the buildings are gathered by security forces. soldiers are symbolically standing in the background for now but this is a country that is seeing a lot of army interventions and politics, something that would be welcomed again by protesters who want an appointed leader to run the country but the goals are unclear and this was to be their final day it seems they are settling in for another long fight, wayne in bangkok. >> reporter: we are live from government house and scott antigovernment leaders urging followers to stand their ground, parliament has been desolved and early elections called and what more do they want? >> yeah, that is really what the protest leader has asked them to spend the night here to stand their ground and they will be staying on this ground overnight. what they want is more than just a new election. they want the government rid of yingluck shinawatra and any kind of tax and regime influence as they say and this is through the last two weeks and any influenc
santa claus from nonexistent% accuse. back in june in texas governor perry signed into law a merry christmas law removing risk of saying merry christmas in public schools. jonathan, i'm so relieved as rick perry is flashing social safety net and taking away women's basic reproductive freedoms he's making sure no one can get sued for saying merry christmas. >> thank you, governor perry. >> thank you, rick perry. >> what am i going to say to this that won't have me cursing on air. >> we don't want to force you into that position. >> the war on christmas is this right wing construction to make it look like nonconservatives, progressives, liberals, democrats, even who is not them don't like christmas, don't love the lord. >> are not religious, faithful people and enemies of faithful people. >> so even discuss it is to sort of help them sell books, sell -- what's the word -- nontraversy. >> it's the war on people who don't want to spend on bill o'reilly's franchise. >> i'd like to declare a war on the war on christmas. >> i will say, though, sam, what's weird to me is how the narrative
. the challenge for these companies, they are required by law to help the nsa do surveillance. what edward snowden exposed over the last few months is several programs that allow the nsa to access vast amounts of private information. the nsa says it is to prevent terrorism. but often that data is being collected on people who don't have any connection to terrorism. and that's the reason why you see these companies asking the government to change the law so the companies can in fact protect their customers' privacy. here's what they had to say in their letter they sent out today. the balance in many countries has tipped too far in faf of the state. and away from the rights of the individual. rights that are enshrined in our constitution. this undermines the freedoms we all cherish. it's time for change. >> and evan, talk specifically about klein because we know a lot of drops in sales have happened in china even though the economy there grew 8% in the third quarter. how does this impact the u.s. economy, as well? >> that's right. these are some of the most important companies to the u.s. economy. a
, he began opposing minority's policy of apartheid laws that segregated society. first, mandela was inspired by approach of nonviolent resistance. as white south africa became more aggressive, so did he. as the head of the armed wing of the african national congress, mandela led violent sabotage attacks and was arrested and in 1962. he would spend 27 years in jail. he was never forgotten. eventually, international and internal pressure led president klerk to announce apartheid would be dismantled and mandela would walk free. rather than seek richer view showing, nelson mandela reached oppressors.ormer he tried to heal a divided nation. and the clerk -- de klerk shared the nobel peace prize. >> in 1994, he voted for the with millions of his fellow black south africans. became a statesman and international icon. for south africa he was a symbol of the country and wanted to be despite struggles with poverty, and -- >> free of hatred, free of ofterness, free of any idea revenge. --many will remember this mandela celebrating south africa's place on the world hosted the 2010 soccer wo
to employment anemployment -- implement and improve this law effectively. >> deffectively. do you have good ideas in. bring them to me and let's go. it's part of a white house strategy to promote healthcare until december 23rd. mike viqueira was there at the president's speech and he joins us to the white house. >> we are not going back, john, that is what president obama said he was talking about the days before the affordable care ability when 41 million americans were uninsured. what the president was trying to do se essentially is saying we e not going back to the last two months. the president's healthcare.gov website where folks go on the individual market place to get insurance has been a disaster. and the president now believes that they have turned -- that is what he was trying to do is get back on offense here. he has nervous democrats and look being ingandlooking at whae gubernatorial race a few weeks ago. and there is the three week window. if you are going to sign up and have it effective by january 1st you have to sign up in three weeks. >> john? this pr campaign is it about o
took earlier. >> your average viewer want's to actually understand how the health care law is going to help them or hurt them. >> they know they can get extremist bickering somewhere else. >> people say that we're revolutionary. our revolution is just going back to doing the best in journalism. >> this is the place to go watch high quality journalism, period. al jazeera america is growing and now more americans are getting the high quality, original, in-depth reporting al jazeera america is known for. >> to find out more about al jazeera america go to aljazeera.com ♪ welcome back to al jazeera america i'm stephanie sy and these are the top stories at this hour, a snow and ice storm that crippled parts of the country made it to the northeast over the weekend and grounded 2500 flights nationwide including 1,000 in dallas alone. the storm also caused multiple car pile ups in several states. after weeks of antigovernment protests in thailand the prime minister dissolved the nation's parliament and new elections by february and not clear if yingluck shinawatra will be the choice to lea
, congressman? >> we're engaging now. but here's the problem. the law is the law. this notion that, well, you just don't care. >> then you won't say -- then the obama -- you would say the obama administration doesn't care about this woman, right? >> i am telling you that the law they passed and promoted is not working for average people. it's causing huge disruption and harm and anguish for these people. we ought to fix that. and one of the ways you can do it is not just say we don't care, damn the torpedos, full speed ahead. >> that's kind of what we're seeing happen, though. >> well, absolutely. >> i'm with you on that, both sides, sort of, there's so much partisan backdrop to the whole thing. i don't know if anyone's thinking about the actual individuals that are being affected by this. >> i disagree. we argued from the -- you're going to impact individuals. they said, listen, we're going to help 15% of the population and ruin it for 85. we said that upfront. said this is going to be -- >> and the democrats would say, you want the law to go by the wayside and not cover the -- you don't car
of the web site serious concern. million additional plans canceled next year by employers. the law's supporters said it is aoki, the plan on the exchange cost less too. joining us is one of the architects of obamacare, easy keel emanual, doctor, thanks for coming by. you really enjoy his. >> tell the truth to your viewers. stuart: you got 15 minutes on msnbc. how long will you get here? >> not enough time. stuart: i want you to look into that camera and tell our viewers that if they enroll in obamacare all their personal information is absolutely secure and you will vouch for that security? >> i am not talking about the confidentiality issue. what we discussed is whether obamacare will enroll enough people and is going to be -- stuart: you are going out there, urging people to enroll in obamacare and you won't tell our viewers who you are urging to enroll, if it is safe? you won't give that commitment? >> that is not why we are here. we are here to talk about health insurance and millions of people who have gotten health coverage at a better deal who were excluded. let's remind yo
law telling sports radio show that the affordable care act is too expensive despite the fact that canada prides itself in a government run h care system and says as a person i like president obama. i don't like his policies. >> some parents are sounding off after a new baby bouncy seat has an ipad holder. the toy company released this video showing how it works. the toy company is selling the seat for $80 and says it offers play and learning at finger tips of the baby but some parents are disgusted. customer reviews say the contraption has to be one of the worst ideas for baby products. what do you think? you can join the conversation on facebook.com/abc. >> i could write a whole blog because i have so much to say about that but we don't have the time now. >> in a word? >> i thought you were going with the brrr word. >> that works. i put the picture of 23 degrees but can you beat that? >> i got a tweet, 20 degrees in north livermore! here is live doppler 7 hd, it is clear. it is sitting on top of mt. st. helena so when the storm comes in it will be the first to see it and it
's voices of soweto to those who thought they never would see the day when equality would be law. he touched lives in a way more lasting than anyone ever expected. i was able to get to know his grandson who is helping his legacy live on. this is my mandela moment. >> there he is, smiling, peaceful, regal. that's nelson mandela sitting in the office holding the phone as reverend jackson asks him to give a quick hello to his wife. see the young lady behind him in the black dress, that's me, a freshly minted college grad meeting a man i had only read about in history books. it's funny how life works. i never imagined i would be be sitting there when a year before i was an eager college senior choosing where i would go for my fulbright scholarship. i chose south africa. i started teaching kids in one of the country's poorest townshiptownships. they were the first generation of born frees and their dreams were almost as big as their smiles. >> do you see there is hope for change? >> we could be hoping. >> shortly after i started working with them i got invited to meet president mandela while reve
. >>> straight ahead on kron 4 news weekend, many of you are hosting in-laws or family members for the holidays. we will tell you great places to go for entertainment that you may not have thought about. we will have that when we come back. >> welcome back to kron 4 news weekend. the time right now is 8:15. taking a like at storm tracker 4. the bulk of the system has pushed out of the area. we are dealing with pop-up showers and snow flurries in the higher elevations. for the most part, it is out of our area. just under .4 in san francisco. quarter of an inch in oakland. .1 in san jose. .4 in livermore. santa rosa, over half an inch there. taking a look at the rest of the day. mostly sunny conditions. it will be cool and windy. we will get the winds from the tail end of the system. it looks like we still have several freezing nights in store for us. as for the afternoon, temperatures will warm a little bit as we head into your work week. now, temperatures are warmer than 24 hours ago. 13 degrees warmer in vallejo. 6 degrees warmer in half moon bay. this is where your temperatures are sitting. n
another pep rally today for his ev ever faltering health care law. this time the pep rally had no pep. a new report says about a third of all the obama care enrollees may not be enrolled. that's the reported failure rate on the so-called back end information that is sent to insurance companies. in other words, thousands of the nation's fast food
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son-in-law. >> reporter: matthew's sudden death in a car accident left the family in despair. baby george, his son, born the day matthew died, is now the heir to the downton dynasty. does mary find a new love? >> let's just see. >> reporter: when the new series opens, the family is in mourning. >> poor little orphan. >> reporter: lady mary, matthew's wife and now widow, is inconsolable. >> cry, me lady. >> reporter: julian fellows, the creator of "downton abbey," was forced to kill matthew quickly when actor dan stevens wanted out of the show. >> i think his departure gave us something very interesting for mary to do. we are allowed to accompany her on her road out of the grief. >> action. >> reporter: we wanted to find out more. any secrets you can give us or any hint? >> matthew, we believe, died without a will. and that's a major problem. >> reporter: but not the only problem. conflict is brewing this new season. it's the roaring '20s, and downton is trying to modernize. but not without resistance from veteran actress maggie smith playing the stern countess. >> how you hate to b
to the rule of law pt is the president of the consulates of foreign relations. ambassador, this moment has been a long time coming. what is the view forward? >> south africa was the beneficiary for two grateful things. first was the peaceful transition of apartheid to a new political system and his own willingness to live -- and to give up political power after one term as president. the problem has been since then, the challenge is institutionalizing them up or see, making it a viable economy. -- institutionalizing democracy, making it a viable economy. >> what could be a positive u.s. policy e we have paid lip service but is very tangible projection of washington to benefit south africa and the rest of the sub-saharan continent? >> absolutely. africa will grow south of the , five percent. i think the real possibility is with the growing trade to the u.s. market. we are beginning to see private investment, private equity, and other forms of investment going into south of the sahara. this is potentially one of the positive stories on the world , with the world economy. it is not get as muc
would say maybe half the funding would come from the law not saying we're setting of this organization. it was our train were students. so please help us do this now for the young generation of students the house we got on the alumni. the other half by the time had already graduated from harvard business school. inside she went back to the harvard i want to look and told them it wouldn't do this. in a still of students but we're going to miss her very early work into it for the future generation of young taiwan students of which something they are very much agree to and can you please make a very very small commission me to them the money we were asked for was asking a lot of money. so i would say dance records was a mixture of both half and half horse half idealistic students and how idealistic. it also belongs to her already very successful and we're very very keen than happy to do with the nation's financial worth of programs and you note that the typo activities that you offer to the younger students today. well o we first started. the idea was to promote an ah well hope more unive
of law. >> well, the detroit decision obviously was sad for the people who came to depend on pose those pensions but it's good for democracy. you can't have in a city or town, cronies getting together and awarding themselves fat pensions they don't pay for and having the liability then become the liability of people who were not even party to the bargain. in this case, if the judge had upheld the pensions, ultimately they probably would have become the liability of people all across michigan who had nothing to do with setting these liabilities in the first place. so the decision does tell cities that you have to be responsible when setting pension promises and if you aren't responsible, you can look forward to something like this where you have to default. >> now let's look in the rear view mirror. what are your opinions on how detroit ended up in bankruptcy? >> well, detroit is a remarkable story of urban decline. it's lost three-quarters of its population. it's a big empty place. i don't think that was just some kind of natural industrial revolution. you think about the car industry s
overall tremendous tax law selling, tremendous capitulation. we saw this at the end of the second quarter with gold. just an absolute rush to the exits, quarter end rebalancing is a phenomenal time for investors to take advantage of capitulation. and that's what we're seeing with gold. >> okay. so, what you're saying, in other words, they take one of the few underperforming assets of the year. it's kind of its own idiosyncratic story, but is that it for gold? are we going to fall below 1200 here? >> no. i think this is a classic capitulation, a fear moment, where you have a lot of quarter-end rebalancing. a lot of pms have to -- you have risk manager tapping yourself on the shoulder. anyone who's taken professional risk, i've been there, the risk manager comes in, taps you on the shoulder, you have to cut the position in half. so i think in the first quarter, i think after january 1st there's going to be nobody left to sell gold and, say, coal names and gold names. both of those sectors are completely decimated. >> often there's a relationship between what's happening there between the em
in development of this body of law and understanding how investors relate to one another vis-a-vis their claims against this bankrupt debtor, the city of detroit. >> i mean, this comes as we've seen a huge new investment in mu ni bonds from the likes of hedge funds. those who support this say, look, this will lead to greater trading, more transparency bond pricing and sort of a greater discipline on government. do you believe that and how are those investors going to react to detroit? >> well, the $4 trillion municipal bond market is really an interesting amalgamation of different types of investors. one note that we are all aware of is that there is less participation by sophisticated institutional investors who don't have a benefit from the tax exemption that we enjoy here against u.s. federal state and local taxes. so as these credits become stressed and distressed, and these situations emerge, firms like ours, other firms, become interested in the relative value of these bonds. so it's in these times and others, frankly, that we welcome a liquidity, the increased liquidity and the increased
is that when these laws went into place, it was voted on before i got to congress -- that the first people who complained about it were the kids. we all want our kids to eat healthier. but the limitations capped their calorie, protein, grains. made it very difficult for kids to get full. i've got some of the poorest kids in the country as well. and many times this is the only meal they're getting a day. they're leaving school hungry. that's just so tragic for the people who are responsible for feeding these kids at the local level. >> we have some of those to take a look at. the grains had to be whole grains as it stands right now. all the milk has to be low fat. and there is a caloric requirement and it's set by age. to your point, some kids need more. it seems like a one size fits all plan. you suggest that instead of having it so overly regulated and stamped, that there be some flexibility. what would your bill propose? >> absolutely. i don't think that every child in this country is the same. the kids in south dakota are different than the kids in new york city and the athletes require a l
roof and the same with in-laws. i don't know if you ever stayed with in-laws or with mom and dad, right. >> that's been argument for a whi while. if you can, you will get out. although i don't know, we'll see the latest gdp number revised, showed it came down a little bit from construction, i believe. >> i know. and there's people in the near fix. the number is good. under 300. there's a boom happening in some parts of the country. most people okayed in texas. you start to see a pattern. this oil and gas revolution that we're talking about every day, it's starting to appear in the numbers. >> which has not happened so far. a big nice people in "the washington post" about why oil and gas has not been a big jobs driver. >> not yet, but mohawk just announced expansion of plants in dalton. i mentioned that only because you're starting to see jobs being created in the southeast. some people in texas would say, jim, look at the map. but what i see is that it's beginning. this is the largest construction project for our country, starting to really see billions and billions of dollars needs to
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